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Old 21-04-17, 10:26 AM
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If this one looks as nice as your main rig then it should be sweet
Until he makes it look like a Christmas tree with his ARRR GEEE BEEE's

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Old 21-04-17, 10:28 AM
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I wish I had the spares to be able to test stuff before putting it into the case on water.

You sticking with Barrow? or going for something else this time?

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Until he makes it look like a Christmas tree with his ARRR GEEE BEEE's
lmao there's a joke in that somewhere !

What are the most annoying bees ever? RGBeeees.
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Old 21-04-17, 10:29 AM
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I wish I had the spares to be able to test stuff before putting it into the case on water.

You sticking with Barrow? or going for something else this time?



lmao there's a joke in that somewhere !

What are the most annoying bees ever? RGBeeees.
And what are the best ones?

Booooo BEEEEES
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And what are the best ones?

Booooo BEEEEES
Aye, which bees are known for making milk? boobees
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Old 21-04-17, 11:24 AM
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Didn't take long for this to deteriorate so which Australians sing with the high voices the BeeGee's I bet they use RGBees too
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Old 21-04-17, 11:28 AM
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LOL, you bunch of wankers. I assure you this one won't be RGBed. Besides, even my big RGB rig is just purple. I never change the colors on that one.

I wonder if Tom is going to do a Ryzen overclocking guide? Good detailed AMD-noob-friendly ones are hard to come by.
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Old 19-05-17, 10:05 PM
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So my AM4 mounts landed (yay)! I didn't take many pics this time since I seem to be having weird SD card issues with the new camera. All of a sudden, the card becomes corrupt right in the middle of shooting pics and says it can't be read anymore. Anyways, got the Ryzen under water, FINALLY, and this out of focus crap is the only shot I have:



I also had a Homer Simpson moment on the rad mounting. I didn't think I had enough room to mount the 360 to the front cage in pull. Realized I had loads of room and it made life easier. I would have preferred push, but since the Enthoo Luxe only has a pair of fan mounts in front, pull because a necessity. So the simple soft tube temp loop is now complete:



Lots of clearance with the top fitting, so long as I used a straight 90 degree fitting:



Quick and dirty drainage system:




Here's some shots of it all buttoned up in the case, with the tempered glass on:


And a shot without the glass:


The soft tube is temporary. That GPU is an old Radeon 7950, and I'm waiting for Vega before deciding what GPU(s) are going into this build. I plan to do some temporary hard tube this weekend (16mm), *if* I have enough fittings.

Oh and BTW the Phanteks Enthoo Luxe is a bloody great case! I paid $175CDN for this case (in Anthracite Gray), and it comes with:

- LED bars in the top / front case panels;
- FOUR 140mm PWM fans, quite good ones. Static pressure ones, if I had to guess by looking at the blades (fat ones). I used 3 of them for the Alphacool 420 rad in the roof (intake - push), and left the rear 140 in place as an exhaust.
- A brilliant little fan hub that takes 3 pin fans and runs them as PWM. I'm running 7 fans in the rig, 3 x 140 PWM fans on the roof rad, and 3 x 120 Gentle Typhoon 2150rpm 3-pin fans on the front 360 rad (intake - pull).

So you get all that, along with a case that you can tear apart (no rivets), and fit a decent amount of rads in it. Mine isn't a "supported" config, but I crammed a 420 Alphacool crossflow rad in the roof, and a Darkside LP360 slim rad in the front. I had to lose all the hard drive cages of course, but it was worth it to fit the Singularity Computer reservoir and D5 pump top combo, which is GORGEOUS. Pics don't do it justice.

For the Ryzen system, I'm running a mild OC and plan to work my way up. After much fuss, and some BIOS updates, I got my memory running at 3200mhz @ 14-14-14-14-34 1T, along with a simple multiplier OC of 3.7Ghz @ 1.35v for the CPU. Under load, it's topping out at 47C with that HeatKiller IV on it. VERY happy with that so far!

More to come when I tackle the hard tube!
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Old 27-05-17, 11:39 PM
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Okay, I have been very busy the past few days, and have not kept this thread up. This is where I'm at now:



Say hello to my little (and expensive) friend, courtesy of Singularity Computers:


Messing around with a purple backlight; really makes the red coolant pop:


Tubes runs are rather neat IMO:


Not quite perfect in the alignment, but my OCD is pleased:


Don't hate me for liking flow meters.


Army of Darkside fittings (love the matte finish on these things!!!):


The white light isn't as bright as it looks. I just suck at taking pics! I had to do the rad connections in soft tube due to them being just too "off" while being very close to each other. I managed to flip the Alphacool 420 rad in the roof, and get the fans mounted inside the top cover. It makes the Ocool sticker go upside down, but that's hidden when the door is on.

Still needs some work, but I'm getting there.
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Old 28-05-17, 01:44 PM
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Looks good man. Like those fittings as well, nice to see something different.
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Old 28-05-17, 03:48 PM
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Thanks man! The Darkside fittings are REALLY nice. I'm in love with the matte finish, so much nicer than the old Bitspower gloss finish. Much cheaper than BP too.
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